Which three clubs could West Ham's Declan Rice join in the summer?
Declan Rice wrote himself into West Ham United folklore on Wednesday night after lifting the Europa League Conference trophy in Prague.
He became the first captain to win a trophy for the Hammers since Billy Bonds lifted the FA Cup in 1980, but while Rice will be in full celebration mode following his team's 2-1 win over Fiorentina, the England international's future is now the talk of fans across the world.
Rice has already been given the green light by West Ham owner David Sullivan to leave after confirming that Wednesday's game for Fiorentina was his last for the club, but which team will the 24-year-old join?
DAZN reveals the three clubs in the running for Rice's services.
Arsenal are looking like the front runners to acquire Declan Rice with numerous reports suggesting a breakthrough has been made after Rice decided that the Emirates Stadium would be his preferred destination.
A £90m offer is supposedly being lodged by the Gunners and if Mikel Arteta gets his man, it's likely that Rice will seemlessly slot into the midfield hole left by Granit Xhaka, who departed the North London club as a free agent.
The newly crowned Bundesliga champions have emerged as a surprise contender when it comes to the race to sign Declan Rice.
Manager Thomas Tuchel has been a long admirer of Rice's ability and even made a personal phone call to the midfielder claiming that he will be the perfect fit for the team.
A report from The Times suggests that Bayern are preparing a £85m offer to tempt Rice away from the Premier League.
With Manchester United seemingly on the road back to former glories under manager Erik ten Hag, this year's summer transfer window could be pivotal if the Red Devils are to challenge for major honours next season.
Midfield is clearly an area of United's team which needs improving and Rice could be the man they need to bring some defensive stability alongside the often unpredictable Casimero.
However, United's pursuit of Rice may have taken a major blow with the midfielder wanting to stay in London and join Arsenal, and according to The Sun, this is something which Ten Hag has reluctantly accepted.